vrwmiller wrote:My DeSantis owner's card said not to treat the holster with oils, creams, etc. If I recall, the idea was that they would soften the leather and undo the rigidity.So, I'll spare the details...but I have a spare leather magazine holster (Desantis) that was completely submerged in water today and became water logged. I have set it out to allow it to dry, but am wondering if there are others out there who are either leather workers or people who know how to ensure that leather is properly treated after having been submerged.
I'd just let it air dry. Maybe well-oil the mag, wrap it in a bread wrapper, and push it into the holster. Takethemag out and re-oil every day. Bill Jordan recommended something like this forbreaking in a new holster in his book, "No Second Place Winner."